The B-Movies Podcast – Episode #17

Bibbs and Witney review Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and Stripperland!

William Bibbianiby William Bibbiani

The B-Movies Podcast throttles you in your sleep with Episode 17: I Demand Competence! Join Crave Online's film content editor William 'Bibbs' Bibbiani and Witney Seibold of Three Cheers for Darkened Years as they review the summer blockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and the Straight-to-Video sleazefest Stripperland. They'll also cover all the latest movie news and whatnot: Thor sequel rumors! Stan Lee snubbed in X-Men: First Class! The Dark Tower reduced to a cheap apartment complex! Disney's Maleficent loses a director! Warner Bros. plans a new magical franchise! The Bloodsport remake! Martin Scorsese volunteers for Five Obstructions! Titanic re-released in 3D! The Magnificent Ambersons finally arrives on DVD! 

PLUS!!! What did Bibbs scream at Spider-Man? When does Captain America do his laundry? What's the downside to recording your podcast in a mall parking lot? Why did Rand McNally hide Jean-Claude Van Damme's face on a topological chart? Who has a chest like two Volkswagens? How can you NOT afford an invisible plane? Should Duck Soup be converted to 3D? Which host's father threw Hunter S. Thompson out of a bar? And when, exactly, did mediocrity become too much to ask for?

The answers to all these questions and more on The B-Movies Podcast – Episode #17: I Want Competence! Now featuring the music of Clutch Douglass!


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Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides – Review

Stripperland – Review

Thor Sequel Already in the Works?

Titanic 3D Comes to Theaters in 2012

Warner Bros. to Replace Harry Potter with Merlin

It's Time to Remake Bloodsport!

The Magnificent Ambersons Finally Comes to DVD!

Tim Burton Gets Off of Maleficent

The Dark Tower to Rise Again. Eventually.

Stan Lee Snubbed in X-Men: First Class

Martin Scorsese Gets Five Obstructions